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Re: Procmail partially working

Monday 28 of July 2003 15:14 je &F pisal:
>On Mon, Jul 28, 2003 at 02:56:38PM +0200, J. Zidar wrote:
>> I have setup fetchmail to get my mail from my two pop3 accounts and to
>> be then processed by procmail. Mail is then processed by Spamassassin,
>> messages that were found to be spam "should" be moved to oblivion
>> (/dev/null), but nothing happens. I can still marked spam in my inbox.
>> What should I do? Is there a permission issue with /dev/null?
>> Here's my .procmailrc file:
>> #Take to SA
>> :0fw
>> :
>> | /usr/bin/spamassassin
>> #Move flagged spam into the bottomless Unix pit.
>> :0:
>> * ^X-Spam-Flag: YES
>> /dev/null
>:0: says to use a locallockfile, which by default is the destination
>filename with $LOCKEXT appended, and you won't be able to write to
>/dev/null.lock. Try ':0:$HOME/.procmail.spam-lock' or something instead.
>Colin Watson                                  [cjwatson@flatline.org.uk]

I've done as your suggested an now no spam is seen in my inbox. cute.

Thank you a million,
Jernej Zidar

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